Alabama backup quarterback Blake Jarrett entered the transfer portal on Tuesday evening, according to Rivals.

The sophomore recently joined the Crimson Tide roster this spring as a walk-on after leaving Vanderbilt where he previously went to school. He did not take a snap at Vanderbilt last season.

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According to Hudl, Jarrett graduated from San Marcos High School (San Diego) in 2020 where he played on the varsity football team, then spent the rest of the year at IMG Academy working as a quarterback and tight end.

Although Jarrett saw no official playing time in Alabama's annual A Game earlier in the month, he had some positive notes coming out of the experience.

"Sharing a lifelong dream from last weekend’s A-Day… Suited up, on the field of Bryant-Denny, throwing balls for The Crimson Tide to Sweet Home Alabama," said Jarrett on Twitter.

The California native sat at No. 4 on Alabama's quarterback list, behind Ty Simpson, Jalen Milroe, and Bryce Young.

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